- adj. not comparable Broken into sharp pieces.
- adj. Split into groups which disagree.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fracture.
“The doctors told him he had suffered what they call a fractured dislocation.”
“There is even a comedy Russian, who makes pointed comments in fractured English.”
“Griffin fractured his left patella on October 26 and missed the entire 2009-10 season, and the Clippers can only hope the 2009 No. 1 overall draft pick heals quickly in preparation for the 2010-11 campaign, as the team could certainly use the potential scoring and rebounding he can provide on a nightly basis. —”
“Hardened skin fractured, smaller fissures spider webbing across her chest and down, splintering her belly button.”
“And these lavish production values give the whole video the feel of a manufactured lesson in fractured identities; it isn't a real-world demonstration of them, such as Tan gave in her earlier works.”
“Her help to heal the party which she and Billl have fractured is needed and wanted but not if is only offered as a quid pro quo.”
“• McCain fractured both arms and a leg, and then nearly drowned, when he parachuted into a lake.”
“Since I'm not much interested in fractured realms, convoluted sentences, leagues of subversives, or eponymously named clents, I don't bother to spend even ten mintues lusting after the gold of Hardinge's forms.”
“The bones he viewed appeared to have been fractured from the front, while a fall from a parachute would have shattered them from the feet upward, he said.”
“He also charged Codesa had been oversized and could not perform its functions, the agenda was "fractured" -- too many issues were on the table and there had been no neutrality.”
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After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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